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FOX News
Aug 6, 2009 12:00am EDT
, sean hannity, they will attack fox news. now they are directly attacking the american people. strategically, it does not seem wise to me. what do you think the fallout will be? >> i think there will be a huge backlash because they misunderstand the roots of this movement. it is not something directed from the top down. the republicans can only wish that they could've been so competent to have seen this coming. nobody saw it coming except the people on the ground, people on the internet. fox news was treating the tea party movement with respect while others were denigrating these people -- i have been to many of the tea parties. many of them are independent. many of them are disgusted with republicans and democrats. they want what obama promised but failed to deliver, transparency, at the, fiscal responsibility, and personal responsibility. if robert gibbs and rahm emanuel and the chicago machine think it will do them well in 2010 to keep smearing these people, go ahead. sean: strategically, tactically, it seems almost idiotic to attack the american people. you look at these v
FOX News
Aug 15, 2009 12:00am EDT
me now is karl rove. welcome to the studio. >> thanks for having me here. the hannity headquarters. sean: i like that. let's start with the poll numbers and you brought the black board and let's look. >> this is the backdrop. his job approval in the fox poll, 53-40 approve, disapprove. but among independents, 49-44 and that is a shift from a few weeks ago when it was 54-38. so in a matter of three weeks, it has declined among independents and you see that same decline in independents in health care reform. 34% approve. 49 disapprove. among independents, 29-50 and in july it was 33-43. sean: i want to stay on that number, because the gal up poll shows, 2-1 independents have moved away from obamacare, why do you think that is happening? >> should we do something about the deficit or health care as the fox poll asked. 57% of overall said, let's do something about the deficit, 34% said health care. among the independents, 59-32. what we had was a flood of spending, $787 billion stimulus, the schip bill, the omnibus spending bill. we had $350 billion in the bank rescue bill, which he vo
FOX News
Aug 26, 2009 12:00am EDT
bill? all that plus governor tim pawlenty, and more. hannity starts right here right now. the president may ab way but the health care debate. continues to rage in his absence. our -- we go live to reston, virginia, where congressman howard dean is holding a meeting. >> if 2001 was the summer of sharks, this one is the summer of town hall meetings and this one is no less contentious than any others. perhaps because howard dean turned out with congressman jim moran. there are about 3,000 people here and they're not standing altogether. here's a little bit of what happened outside this event. take a look. >> well, what we can have is a system that's not decided by the government but by the free market. >> work toward being part of the solution instead of just saying no to anything the >> how do you know -- of course that's what i'm working for. he asked me a question. can i fish it? >> hang on a second, fellow. you've talked more than anybody else. >> the fact is you want to reform the entire health care system -- that's a farce. >> you can hear the crowd over me. chairman dean of course
FOX News
Aug 21, 2009 12:00am EDT
exclusive report on the terrorists who keep americans hostage. plus, michael steele and much more. "hannity" starts now. americans have united against government-run health care. democrats are scrambling for a second plan. declaring all out war in the senate. harry reid might soon decide to split the health care bill into two parts. one would contain less controversial measures like regulations on insurance companies. this bill would receive at least the 60 votes needed to pass it. the second half of the bill would contain the reckless budget details of the plan and the government auction. with virtually no republican support, democrats might use reconciliation to pass it. they would need only 51 votes to push this through. when asked about the possibility of these measures, a spokesman said, "we are determined to get something done this year by any legislative means necessary." democrats are willing to turn their backs on the american people who put them in office. are they really that stupid? joining me is the chairman of the republican national committee. michael steele is back. welcome
FOX News
Aug 1, 2009 12:00am EDT
investigate one man's claims that we are not alone. "hannity" starts right now. all right. the keg at the white house is running on empty. the stools are up, the bartenders, they're turning the lights off but now just one day removed from the highly anticipated white house beer summit between president obama, harvard professor henry gates and police sergeant james crowley, is the controversy now over? now, throughout this ordeal, one thing is certainly clear. a rookie president, unnothingly -- unnothingly waded into a firestorm when he said the cambridge police department acted stupidly. that launched a local issue into the national headlines and now may be responsible for bringing the president's approval ratings down. and i'm joined now by pollster, frank luntz is with us. thanks for being with us. >> thank you, sean. sean: why don't we -- we'll start our way and move our way backward, all right? let's go back. this is sergeant crowley immediately yesterday after the big beer brouhaha. here's what he had to say. >> we had a cordial and productive session with the president, vice
FOX News
Aug 1, 2009 5:00am EDT
man's claims that we are not alone. "hannity" starts right now. all right. the keg at the white house is running on empty. the stools are up, the bartenders, they're turning the lights off but now just one day removed from the highly anticipated white house beer summit between president obama, harvard professor henry gates and police sergeant james crowley, is the controversy now over? now, throughout this ordeal, one thing is certainly clear. a rookie president, unnothingly -- unnothingly waded into a firestorm when he said the cambridge police department acted stupidly. that launched a local issue into the national headlines and now may be responsible for bringing the president's approval ratings down. and i'm joined now by pollster, frank luntz is with us. thanks for being with us. >> thank you, sean. sean: why don't we -- we'll start our way and move our way backward, all right? let's go back. this is sergeant crowley immediately yesterday after the big beer brouhaha. here's what he had to say. >> we had a cordial and productive session with the president, vice president and profe
FOX News
Aug 4, 2009 12:00am EDT
. this is the 9th generation e-class. this is mercedes-benz. sean: tonight on hannity's mesh, with the unemployment rate soaring the white house has decided to do its part. sort of. harper's magazine is reporting that if you want to be an ambassador in the obama administration it will cost you roughly $500,000 in political contributions. ambassadors are being installed now worldwide and some are so controversial some countries, like germany, are even refusing to sign off on them for the job. and with the universal nightmare looming, new polling data is showing that most americans are actually happy with their health care coverage and want democrats to back off. take a look at this rasmussen poll which shows a sharp improvement in how americans view the health care system. and 80% of those polled rate their coverage add good or excellent. an 11% increase in only a year. i have an idea. instead of weastding a trillion dollars on health care reform nobody wants, why not just give everybody a tax cut in and tonight the waste 101 update features some of the tiniest cities. ouzinki
FOX News
Aug 12, 2009 12:00am EDT
a very special live visit to the valley hope forgot. hannity starts right here right now. another day, and another democrat is held accountable by you, the american people. today, that democrat was senator arlen specter and he proved just as incapable of handling the frustrations of ordinary americans as all the democrats who came before him. the event reached the tipping point when a man rose to confront the senator. look at how specter reacted. >> you want to be -- you want to be led -- you want to be led out of here? you are welcome to go. now wait a minute, now wait a minute, now wait a minute. wait, wait a minute: wait a minute, wait a minute. wait a minute. wait a minute. you want to leave? leave. sean: he wasn't going to allow the senator to shout him down. here's what happened next. >> well, i got news for you, you and your cronies in the government do this kind of stuff all the time. well,. [ applause ] i'm not a lobbyist, all kind of money to stuff in your pocket so you can cheat the citizens of this country so i will leave and you can do whatever the hell you please to do.
FOX News
Aug 24, 2009 8:00pm EDT
animus against the man. sean hannity is a republican. it is obvious that he does not like president obama. and thinks his policies are bad. but, in totality, with shepard smith coming at 7:00. with bret baire coming at 6:00, you have a presentation that's not overtly hostile to president obama. what we -- what the contention is is that we glorify the protesters. but that's bull. we just don't demean them like all the other networks do. so i'm trying to get in my mind why the obama people don't see this as a negative toward them. a fight with fox hurts them. helps our ratings, hurts their ratings. but they continue, i think, to make an issue of it. >> well, i mean, the one time during the presidency was the one interview did with john harwood. now, i know other cable networks when they hear the president say cable chatter think the president is talking about them. many think the president is talking about us. during one of his recent town meetings, he said, you know, if you go across cable and you stop your remote at a certain channel you know you hear critical things. bill: of course that
FOX News
Aug 7, 2009 12:00am EDT
and deirdre imus at their ranch in new mexico. plus, former speaker of the house newt gingrich. "hannity" starts right now. opposition to the health care plan continues to grow. with their backs to the ropes, liberals have launched desperate attacks on average americans just out there speaking their minds. now, first it was the tea party organizers who were slandered and even labeled racist. now the new public enemy for democrats are opponents of their health care plan. now, rather than listening to their constituents, they have dismissed them, calling them "angry mobs." the white house is also helping to lead this charge and they have asked people to report what they call "fishy behavior" regarding the health care debate. that initiative caused one republican senator to accuse the white house of developing an enemy's list. nancy pelosi recently said americans speaking out at these town halls are nazi sympathizers. >> i think -- you be the judge of carrying swastikas at town meetings. >> and the author of "real change," now available in paperback, which has been updated to include the ob
FOX News
Aug 31, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. ridge will be a guest on hannity at 9:00 eastern. the publisher of a las vegas newspaper is accusing harry reid of bullying by telling an employee of the review journal that he wants the paper shut down. sherman frederick calls out the democratic senator in sunday's paper alleging that the arc was made during a brief exchange between reed and the advertising director. fred frederick writes that he said "i hope you go out of business." the publisher minced no words in his response to reid saying such behavior must be called what it was, a full-on threat perpetrated by a bully. reid's office did not respond to our request for comment. the governor of massachusetts today announced when a special election will take place to determine the successor to the late senator ted kennedy. the absence of the noted deal maker is seen by a blow to president owe baism ma's healthcare reform effort. steve brown reports on where that effort goes from here. >> i am designating, tuesday, january 19, 2010 as the date of the date of the speech elect. that date is almost five months away. we can't wait five
FOX News
Aug 18, 2009 1:00am EDT
. greta: sean hannity wanted to know what this anniversary was, and i would not tell him. let's grade the six months. let's start the first 1:00 p.m., we are looking at different criteria. the first one is on employment. 14.8% in february, 16.3% in july. that is usually a lagging indicator -- the first one is unemployment. >> this is probably the worst one, because, after all, the stimulus was to create jobs. i brought my chalkboard, because, after all, i m&a staff professor, but i would have to give them -- i am a tough professor, but i would have to give them an f. we have actually lost jobs, so on that criteria, they did not perform. greta: all right, another indicator to look at would be foreclosure notices. in february, there were over 290,000. in july, it was 360,000 plus. >> i think the housing market has improved a tad little bit, so i am2going to giveรง them a . i do not know if we can introduce this to the stimulus plan, -- if we can attribute this to the stimulus plan, but sales were up. greta: so you are thinking that is a positive, new home sales. all right, budget defic
CNN
Aug 23, 2009 10:00am EDT
% believe this, because every night sean hannity or others have been pushing this message, that in the language there is this potential. and when you say that, you're raising suspicions on the part of the public. >> is it that, or that more conservatives watch fox news and more conservatives are negative towards this plan or don't have any confidence in obama or in the mainstream media? >> a lot of political sciences indicated, especially over the past generation, there's been a tendency for people first to decide what they believe and then to decide what they want to watch. whereas, back in the 1970s, the best predictor about what you thought about the economy was how you were personally doing by the late 1990s, the best predictor about what you thought of the economy, whether you supported the party in power or not. the thing so wacky about this debate, is that it is already true that everybody or virtually everybody over 65 is enrolled in a public plan. the government could kill them all now if it wanted to. they have, theoretically, so what is going on different? that
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